Harriet is a Clinical Neuropsychologist with a particular interest in supporting the diagnosis and management of dementia and other neurodegenerative conditions, such as Parkinson's disease. She also enjoys providing neuropsychological assessments and supports for patients presenting with neurological conditions more broadly, including multiple sclerosis, stroke, and epilepsy. Additionally, Harriet has a strong interest in supporting patients and their families to understand the recovery from acquired brain injuries, including traumatic brain injuries, stroke and other cerebrovascular events, brain tumours, and hypoxic-encephalopathy injuries. Harriet values collaborative partnership with patients and their families/ carers and works with patients to assist them in understanding and supporting their cognitive, emotional, and behavioural functioning to foster independence.
She completed a Doctorate in Clinical Neuropsychology and Clinical Psychology at the University of Queensland in 2012. Alongside her private practice work, she also holds a senior Neuropsychology position at the Royal Brisbane Women's Hospital (RBWH) where she provides neuropsychological assessments and guidance within the Neurosciences Department. She has also provided diagnostic neuropsychological assessments through the RBWH Memory Clinic. Prior to this, she held a senior Neuropsychology role for 8 years at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in the Brain Injury and Rehabilitation Unit, the Queensland state-wide tertiary service for adult brain injury rehabilitation.
Harriet is a registered psychologist with AHPRA and holds endorsements in both Clinical Neuropsychology and Clinical Psychology. She is also a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), as well as a Fellow of both the APS College of Clinical Neuropsychologists and College of Clinical Psychologists. She is also a member of the APS Rehabilitation Psychology Interest Group. She is an AHPRA Board Approved Supervisor and enjoys providing guidance and supervision for training neuropsychologists.